- Sydney Freedberg interviews several US four-star generals on what they think NATO should do to respond to a resurgent Russia.
- In the wake of this month’s failed hijacking of a Pakistani naval dock, Information Dissemination has a post on al Qaeda’s perception of sea power.
- The Center for a New American Security previews its work on the impact of the robotics revolution on the trade-off between military quantity and quality.
- As various states pile in to the 'coalition of convenience' that has sprung up in the wake of ISIS's rise, Stephen Saideman explores the complexities of multinational operations.
- Years of technology and weapons transfers from the US have laid the foundation for concerted action by Gulf states against ISIS.
- Over at CSIS, Anthony Cordesman has released a new report on US options to avert a strategic vacuum in Central Asia as operations in Afghanistan draw down.
- RUSI has a brief on competitive strategies for submarine modernisation in Asia.
- Peter Dörrie argues that a military response to Ebola isn’t ideal, but in the face of the spiralling pandemic, it’s about all that can be done.
- Finally, via the Aviationist, here are some stunning pictures of F-22s refuelling en route to strikes against ISIS in Syria.
Military & strategy links: coalition coordination, naval terrorism, the Central Asian vacuum and more
Published 30 Sep 2014 15:45 0 Comments